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June 26, 2014
Chikungunya Virus The Health Secretariat has confirmed the first Mexican case of a person infected with the chikungunya virus, a disease like dengue that has spread in recent weeks to several countries in Central America and the Caribbean. Health authorities on June 20 diagnosed a woman in Jalisco state after she presented with chikungunya symptoms...
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LG Innotek Mexico LG Innotek, a leading global components manufacturer, today opened in Mexico its first overseas plant for the production of auto components to better serve its leading Tier-1 automotive customers and strengthen its global expansion. The opening ceremony for the plant in San Juan del Rio, Queretaro, northwest of Mexico City, was attended...
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There is just nothing quite like a vacation to an exotic foreign land—especially one that immerses visitors in the local culture so they can enjoy the essence of the region in an authentic way. This the CasaMagna Marriott Resort and Spa in Puerto Vallarta delivers in droves, offering guests the opportunity to partake in a...
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Its location is a peaceful oasis for to get some shade while enjoying the nature and culture the island offers. The island divides the Romantic Zone and Centro Zone and hosts many restaurants, outdoor craft markets, sculptures, wildlife, and Mexican culture. One of the most notable sculptures it the John Houston sculpture in bronze by...
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Late studies demonstrate that enhanced memory is only one of numerous brain boosting benefits you can reel in by consuming more fish. You’ve likely heard that omega-3 fatty acids are beneficial to your health. In any case, one specifically, docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), goes straight to your head. “DHA is actually present at the nerve endings...
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Mexico’s Supreme Court grants approval for a Gay Marriage application on appeal The Supreme Court in Mexico has ruled that the State of Baja California’s civil code defining marriage between a man and a woman is unconstitutional, therefore paving the way for Baja’s first gay marriage. The case was brought to the upper court by...
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Food Tour in Puerto Vallarta Vallarta Eats Food Tours in Puerto Vallarta won’t take you to the usual tourist restaurants. You’ll visit the places that locals love and sample some of the most delicious, authentic Mexican food Puerto Vallarta has to offer. Mole Pozole and More: This is a great tour for people who want...
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Almost two years since the party that ruled in Mexico for over seventy years, once defined as the most perfect example of authoritarianism, was re-elected in Mexico’s 2012 general elections; the race for legitimate power is reaching peak point. After the wondrous National Action Party (PAN) failed to deal with the overwhelming drug violence the...
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Rising pop-rock band Los 5 has released their debut single “Mexico” on iTunes and other leading digital outlets. The debut song on Virgin Records/Capitol Music Group was produced by Andrew Watt (Cody Simpson) and The Elev3n (Karmin, Sean Kingston) with Virgin Chief Ron Fair serving as executive producer. A full Spanish-language version written by Paty...
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NuRAN Wireless, a leading supplier of mobile and broadband wireless solutions, has been selected by Rhizomatica to connect Mexico’s rural communities. Rhizomatica is a non-profit organization based in Oaxaca, Mexico, whose mission is to enable access to mobile telecommunications for the over 2 billion people without affordable coverage and the 700 million with none at...
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Mexico has joined 68 other countries in pledging increased access to literature for blind and visually handicapped people. By signing on to the international Treaty of Marrakech, Mexico promises to adopt national legislation that allows for the reproduction, distribution and provision of publications that are accessible to blind or visually handicapped people, primarily through Braille...
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